Yesterday we traveled to Port Huron, MI to celebrate our 27th wedding anniversary. 27 years ago, we spent our first married night in Sarnia, Ontario, just across the Blue Water Bridge from Port Huron. That was the start of a tremendous journey - some happy, some sad, all very much better than prior to 1980. We were talking and agreed that we are eagerly anticipating the next 27.
We will start with the next journey with the Montana. We will pick it up from the dealership Tuesday after receiving some warranty repairs and take it to Hartland, MI, Waldenwoods Camping Resort, to assure that all is now in great shape.
In mid-August, we will be traveling east to tour Civil War Battle sites. We are also hoping to tour Johnstown, PA, the site of the tremendous flood that took over 2,000 lives. This portion may be with our sister and brother-in-law from Virginia that suggested it. The only thing that we know now about dates and locations is that we will probably camp at the Shenendoah Resort in Gordonsville, VA (near the area of three Civil War battles - Fredericksberg, Spotsylvania and The Wilderness) over the Labor Day week. The rest is up for grabs. We will leave about August 16 and hope to be in Goshen September 16 for the Montana Owners Fall Rally. In between, we will just see where the road takes us. That is the nice thing about RV travel and being semi-retired - no schedules.